28th International Rights Directors Meeting 2014

Global Versus Local: The Future of Rights in a Globalised Content World / Spanish Language Markets.

The 2014 RDM will explore the future of the rights trade in a world of globalised content and highlight one of the industry’s most interesting rights territories – Spanish-speaking Latin America. Recognised experts will shine a spotlight on the rapidly changing markets in Spanish-speaking countries of Latin America. Speakers from Mexico, Argentina, Colombia and Spain will offer in-depth analysis and updates on their markets, both print and digital, along with guidance on how to successfully buy and sell rights in this part of the world. They will represent a cross-section of the industry – from general and trade publishing to STM. The meeting will also forecast how the rights business might change in light of the increasing amount of digital content available on a global scale through a variety of sales platforms.

At the RDM, you’ll meet…

  • Licensing managers
  • Rights managers
  • Literary agents
  • Scouts
  • Publishers
  • International business development managers
  • Export managers


Richard Charkin, Bloomsbury Publishing, United Kingdom

Martina Nommel, Martina Nommel Literary Agency, Germany /Spain

Cristobal Pera, Penguin Random House, Mexico

Sprecher RDM

About the International Rights Directors Meeting

The International Rights Directors Meeting is an institution. For over 25 years, its guest list has read like a Who’s Who of the international rights and licensing business. This half-day conference highlights the latest trending topics and offers exclusive insights into emerging markets and sales strategies.